Villas Pico Bonito
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... but all still had a very young 5yr old sense of humour and knowledge base.... That's what we became. Becoming a nitrox student and diver means you can dive on specialised tanks filled with specialised percentages of gasses. Using nitrox allows you to be able to dive at a depth for a longer period of time. Your dive is not extended however your bottom time increases a good amount of time. With the extra time at depth we decided to combine a couple of things ...
... prison gates as no one was checking ID at that point. Most vehicles and even a few yellow school buses were parked outside the gate, but we normally parked inside the prison yard near the entrance doors. That was a mistake, for some reason cars were not supposed to be parking there, but while others were asked to leave the prison yard we were simply asked to move the truck to the side near the prison kitchen. Chabelo spotted us and came over to greet us while a guard came over with ...
... I did not get too involved as I had to be up for a 7am dive the following day and as I said before alcohol/hangovers and diving do not mix. The following day I woke up early again for my dive and headed out for a deep dive down to 32 metres which was great. The second dive was our navigation course and we navigated our way along the seabed before being navigated by the instructor through an underwater open-topped cave system. It was beautiful, I actually felt like ...
... big cities and don't put yourself in tricky circumstances (e.g. going into unknown neighbourhoods at night, buying drugs, flashing cash, get romantically involved with locals who quite possibly have a partner who will find out). These warnings and realities mean a lot of people will be put off visiting Honduras, but I for one feel it is their loss and my gain. Anyway I'll leave you with some photos and some GoPro footage (from Keith's head!) from our time in the jungle! Lots of love ...
... After arriving in La Ceiba we ran into a lot of taxis offering to give us a ride to the port. They were normally charging HNL 100 but one of them finally took us for HNL 80. When we reached the ferry terminal we had to pay the super expensive ticket to Utila which was HNL 541.5 for one way per person! We departed at 16.30 and arrived in Utila one hour later.
As soon as we got out of the ferry terminal of Utila we were surrounded by many people offering different ...